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Poster: Lum Edwards Date: Feb 11, 2011 5:57am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

WOW, What a setlist. I am going to make it my mission to learn how to do those damned torrents. I love these sort of jams. All very cool people. I wonder if Benny Thurman and Phil Lesh both played bass? noticed it didnt list Benny Thurman's role?

Thanks for the info Cliff and Finster, Hopefully I will be hearing it before the snow melts.

This post was modified by Lum Edwards on 2011-02-11 13:57:17

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Poster: Cliff Hucker Date: Feb 11, 2011 6:10am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

You could be listening to that music right now. It's right there for you...


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Poster: Lum Edwards Date: Feb 12, 2011 6:02am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

OHHHH!!!! Cliff is the man. It is on its way now.

Thank You and I promise to read everyones posts and follow links more quickly. I still need to learn those torrent things and with DHMontes instructions I think I will be torrentable soon.

Back in about 1980 I saw Leon Russell and Doug Sahm in a tiny club here in my hometown and even sat at the bar with them between sets. Very Friendly people, Leon kept hitting on my girlfriend all night. I couldnt blame him she did look mighty fine that night. ( Think Stevie Nicks in her best gypsy lace look)

Thanks so much, Looking forward to this.

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Feb 12, 2011 9:52am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

Leon Russell encore -- "Staff picks" -- a few of Leon's incredible live shots

Leon Russell - Roll Over Beethoven (1964 clip)
-- YouTube clip

Leon Russell - JAMBALAYA - ON THE BAYOU - LEON RUSSELL - (02/03/1965)
-- YouTube clip w/ Glen Campbell sitting in on banjo

Leon Russell & New Grass Revival - Stranger In A Strange Land (live)
-- YouTube clip from 1980 or 1981.

In 1980-81, Leon Russell toured with the New Grass Revival and released the 'Live Album' from their performances.

Newgrass Revival - live - September 28, 1975
-- Sound Board taped by Monte Barry

Jumpin' Jack Flash / Young Blood
-- YouTube clip, Concert For Bangladesh
-- George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Jim Keltner, Billy Preston, Bob Dylan , Leon Russell, and others.

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Poster: Lum Edwards Date: Feb 13, 2011 11:00am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

Hiya And Thanks Sir Monte, I dled the 75 concert you taped and will listen tonight. Maybe you know of something else I am looking for. Some time back Someone lent me a few cds and one was Bluegrass Pink Floyd. The copy I made doesnt work anymore and I dont even know who or what to search for.
It isnt the pickin on Floyd commericial release, this was live with most or all of Darkside of the moon covered and the rest of the cd was Echoes. Ever hear of this?

That Thanksgiving jam is awesome.


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Poster: deyzof49 Date: Feb 11, 2011 8:55am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

Always wanted to go to Armadillo HQ after hearing Zappa/Beefheart's Bongo Fury. Thanks for the link. I dig Doug Sahm AND those little armadillo critters. But then again Cliff, you continually head me to to some great shows. Cheers.

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Poster: dead-head_Monte Date: Feb 11, 2011 9:27am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

Hey Lum,


Download uTorrent client s/w for FREE

Then Click Here for THE bt-etree Link to this Torrent.

Your browser will navigate to the Torrent Info & Description page for this Show:
Doug Sahm & Friends
Thanksgiving Jam
Armadillo World Headquarters
Austin, TX
23 November 1972

All the info is listed here. At the top of this webpage, the Torrent is listed. Try this. Right-click on the Torrent Link -- jg72-11-23.sbd.unknown.89467.sbeok.flac16.torrent. A menu-list should pop-up. I recommend that you Select "copy link address" to Copy the Torrent File's location.

(If you Left-Click on the Torrent Link, and your Browser has built-in support for d/l Torrents, this is another way to d/l the files in the Torrent. This is another option to consider.)

Now, start your uTorrent program. Click on "File" at the top in the Menu Bar. Select "Add Torrent from URL" A window will pop-up with the Torrent Link already pasted into it for you. It's the link you copied from the info page at etree. All of the Files that are included in this Torrent will be listed here. Go ahead and select "OK". you will begin downloading the show.

Pay attention to "where" the files will be saved to on Your Computer. Often, this will be My Music, My Documents, or whatever. You can define this Path to be any Location on your Computer.

Or, you can launch the uTorrent client s/w first. Select "Options" from the top. then select "Preferences." 3rd item on Pref list is "Directories." click on that. Top of this Window is the "Location of Downloaded Files" entry. Here, you decide where to put the new downloaded Torrents you will be saving. This will be the complete File Set of each show. In fact, on each Show's info page at etree, you can list all the files there, and see what's up, 1st.

When you open the Torrent in your uTorrent bt client program, the Torrent file is parsed. Before you begin the download of the File Set, you select which Files. After uTorrent parses the Torrent file set, the list appears. The check-marks are the File Selections. Just unCheck (deselect) anything you don't want to download. Very simple. Straight-forward. Easy to use.

Now, go get some ear candy.

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Poster: Finster Baby Date: Feb 11, 2011 7:08am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Speaking of 72

Torrents are actually pretty easy to do.

Google utorrent. Free software and how to on all things torrent!